The Domino Effect: How to Create a Chain Reaction of Good Habits
When you make a change to one behavior, it will activate a chain reaction and cause a shift in related behaviors as well. It occurs for 2 reasons:
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“You can never change just one behavior. Our behaviors are interconnected, so when you change one behavior, other behaviors also shift."
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